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What’s the Difference Between Rotating Proxies and Backconnect Proxies?

This question is asked very often, and the differences between Rotating Proxies and Backconnect Proxies are pretty simple. So, what exactly is the Difference Between Rotating Proxies and Backconnect Proxies? To be up-front, this is sort of a “trick” post – the answer is basically Nothing! ???? Rotating and Backconnect proxies are essentially the same thing just being called different names. They are both a method of using proxies where the user has just one proxy IP that auto rotates through different end-point proxy server IPs based on timed minute intervals or for each internet request the user makes. However, there is one thing to clear up. There are TWO different types of backconnect proxies: Some backconnect proxies rotate a new IP per each request by the user and should be called just “Backconnect Proxies”. The other flavor of backconnect proxies rotates a new IP on a timed interval – the most common intervals are 3, 5, or 10 minutes – and these proxies should…

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Best Sneaker & Shoe Bots

If you want to cop those next limited release sneakers, you are probably going to have to use a Sneaker Bot and some good Nike/Adidas/Supreme proxies. Here are the Best Sneaker Bots to get those next limited release Nikes, Jordans, and Yeezys! Top Nike/Shoe/Sneaker Bots and their Best Features: ForceCop Supreme Bot ForceCop Supreme Bot is professionally developed for serious Supreme buyers. It has an elegant design with powerful features – plus ForceCop Supreme Bot is the World’s Most Advanced Supreme Bot – self-proclaimed of course! However, considering all the good reviews/testimonials and hype on social media, it’s close to official. A few features include: Auto Checkout, Windows/Mac Compatibility, Worldwide Support, Instant Downloads/Updates. Supported Websites: Supreme CA, Supreme JP, Supreme UK, Supreme US AIO Bot: All In One Sneaker Bot The most popular all-in-one shoe bot when it comes to copping those sneakers. AIO Bot is an ATC (add to cart) bot that assists shoe re-salers and sneaker lovers in buying limited release Nikes, Yeezys,…

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What are Backconnect Proxies?

To understand what a backconnect proxy is, also known as a rotating proxy, a basic understanding of regular proxies is needed first. A regular proxy is basically a computer that relays a user’s internet requests across the web so that the user’s computer never directly connects to another computer across the web. Using a proxy effectively changes a user’s IP address to whatever the IP address is of the proxy being used. When using a regular proxy, the IP address will always match whatever country the proxy server is operating in and the routing port of the proxy will always stay the same. When using many regular proxies from different locations, a user will have numerous proxies/IPs for each location. How Rotating/Backconnect Proxies Differ from Regular Proxies. Backconnect proxies are different because users generally only receive a single proxy or IP address to use. When a user connects to the backconnect proxy, the proxy server automatically assigns an IP to the request from it’s large…

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What is a Proxifier?

Some programs and software don’t have native support for Socks4/5 proxies, some don’t have HTTP or HTTPS Support, and some don’t even have support for any type of proxies! That simply wouldn’t do for some internet users. Proxifiers are software that were made specifically to route internet traffic from certain applications without proxy support through proxy servers and proxy chains. However, some times a proxifier is used to monitor traffic and proxies, so even applications that have native proxy support will be “proxified” via a proxifier regardless of the native proxy support. So, What Exactly is a Proxifier? Wikipedia has this to say regarding Proxifiers: A proxifier is a software program which can make other programs pass through a proxy server by intercepting and modifying their network requests Basically, when a proxifier is installed, you make ‘rules’ for certain programs using their .exe executable file and set proxies that will be used with those rules. Any time a program starts the proxifier checks it’s rules…

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